The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00135
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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i VOLUME 47, NO. 28 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1959 '$2.50 A.YEAR: ;

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.:'. Paul Choate : One Thousandth Phone; Here (!Sunday School Mercer Can Now '

: Dies Friday Picnic PlannedPlans Register Boats ,
',.. Was Installed Friday: JiIy..17The are being completed
<< .r this
week for the Methodist Sun.> '

In Missouri : I Southern Bell Telephone 1 1I Holt in ,the BunSell' exchange day School picnic
Company has just installed the I I I.making the connection before Mrs. Becky Clegg said today.
; John Paul Choate, brother of I one thousandth telephone here installing the phone, set' in the The August Family night program Boat Downers of Flagler'County
' Mrs. Edith Allen of Bunnell,'died In the home of Mr. and Mrs.F. Boswell home., { and the Sunday School are advised that County Tax

early Friday morning at Jefferson J. Boswell. He is sanitation In August, 1955, the 500th picnic are being combined. Collector J. F. Mercer now has .
J Barracks Veterans Hospitalin officer for the Flagler County phone was Installed'' here, and I I Following the picnic supper, a t all the required forms to regr.
Missouri, following an illness Health Department and residesin i now the thousandth on' July 17th I!Vesper Service will be held. aster boats under the new law.

of several months duration.. the Wray' ,Apartment comer I t this year. That adds up 125 new The law provides that owners ..
Mr. Choate was born in Fred of Stone and Court Streets. I j subscribers per ,y ar.I I CITY COMMISSION i of pleasure boats, propelled by

rick Town, Mo., and resided in .. The large picture shows Mrs. Another phase Jfof expansionby J 1 DISCUSSES POLICE I machinery of more than 10 )

Bunnell for a number of years Boswell, her seven year old son I Southern Bell ,*is the 'extension I I City commissioners Monday I horsepower, shall get numbered
before going 'to 'St. Louis in 1927 Norman;. Ray Leach area man. :, of its lines to Shell Bluff. night discussed at length wheth- registration certification from 0'
to reside. He was employedwith ager for the phone"company,.and I Mr., Leach said thai the companyhas 'er to eliminate one city policeman their county tax collector. The
the State Highway ,jDep'artment Jack Holt local installer..for the I received approval from the but finally agreed to let the form is to be carried ,aboard the
there until about' a, year company. Florida Railroad and Public Utilities matter stand 'until the'new boat for which issued when in
he retired because of a heart budget is made up. operation.
ago The smaller pictures show Commission :3tq! extend the }
condition. He was a veteran The commission agreed, however A number is issued and is '
Mrs. Irene Kline, service r'ep- lines to that point, and it- is
t of World War II. He ,,was 57 resenative in the company's expected that actual work on I I I to place the patrol car permanent even if the boat ,
years of age.Funeral Daytona Beach office'writing I extension of the lines, will begin rad.lo'ion'the' same :frequency as changes hands. The number if
services were held ![that of the sheriffs cars. to be printed attached
I up the 'phone order, and Jack soon. 'i) \ or on
; Monday at. Jefferson City, Mo., I both sides of the bow 'in block
and interment followed at the characters 'at least three inches .;
: National Cemetery 'there. .'I high, reading from left 'to right :,
Mr. Choate is survived by two and be of a contrasting color to :

sisters, Mrs. Edith Allen of Bun- their background..
nell and Mrs. Murray Sams of Cost of registering boats Is .'.t
DeLand. dne brother, Ralph given as: less than '16 feet 1.75;

Choate, of Jefferson City, :do. .0.l1i -:, ,. M 16-25 feet, $2.75; 26-39 feet.$5.25;
Also surviving are several nieces, ; : "..'.iI"< 40./feet and over $10.25. All reg. ,.
and nephews. : istrations are good for two years,

"The 'types of pleasure ..boats :.-
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dos not have to be registered:

Phillips 66 Wins, Those, used exclusively ,for 'racing -
; boats used only on private
:" Softball. Crown \ ..u. ; y lakes; documented boats; boats

The Phillips '66, with the. fine ; S'r from another country using Flor

, pitching of Gayle Mercer, defeated ida waters temporarily. '
-:-j.; the Bunnell ,Restaurant t -k S "Whenever a boat is involved

: ina, collision or accident causingdeath'"or"InjuryorSdamage ;;
.. ., in, the-final JEaroAj: f the xplay "Jt
t- off for the Counfy &oftbSil'X own ,exceeding -.
Monday night 43. Tommy'Dur- 4 ,' $100, a report 'must be

rance batted in the. winning run ... 44S made.. 'The accident must be
in the. 6th inning' and Mercer I 5- ; 45 S,:. '4. .. 4 \ ti? : reported to 'the sheriff'in the '
; I nearest "
; within 10
: county days.
held for rest ,of the game r:;;;; M 4 .
l to hold the score in favor of I ; I I, A person convicted of violatingany
Phillips 66. Clifford ,pitched 'a provision the law is subject .
.. r to a fine not exceeding $75
.:. good game, but loose fielding c4M1 '
f'S '' and costs for
the'cause ? each violation.
( in, the 6th inning was
{. of the Restaurant downfall.The 'S
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: two teams will meet ; Favorite ,Son .
:(li again Thursday night (tonight)

at 8:00. The two pitchers are Draft Considered v
h ;,
going change pitchers. *' lrs *

t Phillips 66 0000310.4 I n By Sen ,Smathers

Bunnell, Restaurant 0100200-3 :
TOP TEN, HITTERS ,) James Milligan, Chairman of '
the State Democratic Executive
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Cliff Sheffield 500
"; I IS Committee, stated that Sunday j
Dewayne Metts 490 '
Littlefield 483 't' Robert Delaney, Capitol correspondent
for the Orlando Sentinel
C Higglnbotham 466
v in Tallahassee published
": a
Wilson 454J. '",
f I. Sheffield 432 ,. story to theeffect, Senator George
Smathers would not accept the
Ray Martell 411
draft as lorida's' favorite son.
C. Wall 409
Milligan stated, he had received -
G. Mercer 385 '"'h, ,0'; :-
T. Pinner 333 ., information from an Impeachable -
I t source in Washington
that Mr. Delaney had been con
t tacted prior to the time the
Teen and Pre-Teen Baptist Youths} story was printed, advising Mr.

..,' Delaney that there was no basic
i. Dance aWI1'; Back :From"Camp truth' in the rumor, that t Senator.

4 k i Smathers had made a decision

.. Large AttendanceOne ,, The Royal Ambassadors of 'the not to' accept 'the draft as Flori
First Baptist Church here at- da's, Favorite Son.
hundred eighty attendedthe t"l tended their ,annual summer Milligan further stated, 'with
Teen and Pre-Teen dancesat camp, this' year July 13.19 in the advance denial of this rumor,
,the Flagler, Beach Woman's Panama City. The camp was he could not' understand the basis .

'.. Clubhouse 'on' Tuesday evening. A devoted to Bible study ,recrea for such a story unless there '.
Pre-Teen king and queen selected I .
tion and fellowship., was an ulterior motive involved.I .
.for' '}text', week' are Ray "
: have been informed by authoritative -
Those the in
-F Gordon and 'Janice Scale.. Teenkingand j making trip i said
sources, Milligan ,
eluded Haywood and Frank Gordon -
are Kue-
: queen Harry b-\'r :"Senator Smathers has not made,
: and J Preston. DaVid Sheffield,
.' i Crews, Alan Jones, Larry Cox, a decision on this issue to date.
: .selected for
The top tune ii :
... : But in the'best interest of our
week 'is The Way I Walk.", ... and Ronnie .Harris.
.. : country, our state and our party, .
In the: ,slow dance contest, -_.. -.--- -- I There are twctnew Royal. Am ..1 sincerely hope we 'will have
\ Linda Revels 'and Jim Bumsed ,.. ,\ bassador: chapters in the church I a positive acceptance from Sen.
; was' selected as winners from a here Rev;"Thomas Pinner, pastor
I ator Smathers at a reasonably .
/ field of about 15 cpuples who -....... -the church, said. They are early date., -
** entered: the'contests I led' by Mrs., Edna Kendall and' I
t. Next 'weeka ,"Candy Theme" Rev. Penner. I .
;;U'::., will be :used at% ,both dances and ... r .The chapters are missionary I Sea turtles are protected by
t: will be:carried f out in the prizes I ",<,, organizations of the Baptist state law during }the -months 'of,
I',S awarded and also the favors. A Churches 'and stress the need for I May, June, July and August. -It

Jitterbug 'contest,will .be.'onj L. ,' Christian- living. ;amohgt youth, Is ,illegal to 'possess, or: molest.
t.t program-and: *r regular attire the'j and\')th'e1 need for. 'a --missionary I turtles: or their, eggs Inmost
.be worn. outlook- 'in' ..the :world. I counties.
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: ;j-lagle,. V-'ea I Mrs. Isabelle Green entertained GALLOWAY HOME Royal Neighbors of Amer-

; Yr : on Thursday afternoon at The Junior Womans'Club meet- I ica will hold its regular monthly
, .
." her home honoring her little Ing was held Tuesday with 'Mrs. meeting next Monday eveningat -
r : ', ._ 'LUlfA BABBITTTelephone daughter, .Alice, it being her Tom Galloway, ,with Mrs. Edward the home of Mrs. Pauline Ma-

.; HEmlock 9.2098 sixth birthday: anniversary. Diane Gomes hostess. gee here. The time has been

BIRTHDAY DINNER I Adams assisted Mrs. Green Due to the resignation of Mrs. set for '7:30, July 27th, ,by Mrs.

k. Flagler :BeachMethodist ? with the arrangements. Eddie Mathews' as vice president .Eugenia Allen, Oracle.Mr. .

L I ,-Mrs. Nettle Brusich entertain-I I The honoree. and guests played Mrs. Gayle, Mercer was elected -

News ed for dinner at her on games and ,then 'were. served. to serve-in her place. Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Kolar arrived .
Saturday, evening for her son in I birthday:cake,:'Coca-Cola and ice James Crews -was elected second from Cleveland, Ohio
will -
, John A. Clegg be guest -
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I cream vice president. Monday to spend their vacation
speaker at the Sunday morning
Peter Dzioba, from Ormond, 'accompanied ''I Invited gu'ests.were Brenda Projects ,selected for the' year i here with her sisters. Mrs. Net .
service at the
worship 'Flagler
and Vicki Babbitt Jennie, Har-
by their daughters, were: Traveling Ambassador; i tie Brusich.
Beach Methodist ,Church Mrs. Nancy and Sally., Mrs. Terry I I mon, Debbie Johnson, FreddyFruits Shoes for the ,needy children;
said Mrs.
Harold Massie will be'today.the soloist Fife from Ormond and her, mother Tommy Harmon, and X-Ray Unit; Christmas; Gifts for,I Mr. and Mrs. R.'R. Mosby were-.
Kay Swayze ''
Plans, ,for the Recreational Mrs. Joseph 'Lapanya from Walter Green, brother of the Hospital patients; Can Goods I business visitors in- St. 'Augustine
New Smyrna. It was Mrs. La- honoree. for the needy; Gift for Womans Monday.
Center, under sponsorship the I
Mrs. Clarice Babbitt assisted
Methodist panya's birthday and the sur Club; Membership polio immune

I are Flagler progressing Beach very' nicely Men, it prise was for her. Henry Chmldtt I Mrs. Green in cutting and serving -,ization; End'of'May, Tea 'for girl Charles Northrlp from Cocoa

was' stated. from' Daytona Beach also joined I the birthday cake. graduates; visited here on Monday, and
: therp for the occasion. Plans were also made to holda Tuesday. -

, I II Spending last week here as dance on August first at the
Lonnie Allison house guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Bunnell Community Center with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Miller and '
Mr. and ; Visitors during the weekend Charles Charon were Mr. andMrs. Bob O'Sheal band furnishing the
family were business visitors in
have announced; the marriage' of' with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bredein I i l Russell Chandler of Daniel- music. Proceeds of the dance St. Augustine Saturday. *
their daughter, Jerry Paulette Hillcrest his son and
son, Conn., and also Mr. and Mrs. ,
will be used to buy Christmas .
Allison, ,to Mr: Willis ,Arnold in law Dr. and
daughter ,
'Mrs.1(I from '
of Baltimore Joseph Billings Daysville, gifts for the hospital patients.The Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Gomes
Creasey Maryland. J. F. Brede accompanied by Conn. Mr. Billings is a member -
annual for the Jun-
picnic and family have moved into the
County Judge' Duane Deen, officiated three sons, Jimmy, Doug, and I I of the, Connecticut, StateHouse ior Womans Club was held Sat- Mathews house in' Venice Park.
at the 'ceremony which Kenny from Pittsburgh, Pa. On j '
of the, Legislature. urday with beach and
took place on Friday, July 3, at Sunday Mr. Brede's''daughter and I I a party
weiner f6r members and
roast Mrs. Elsie Graham spent several -
six o'clock at the 'courthouse in
; son in law Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Mrs. Ted Price and her two '
their husbands. Guests were Mr. days last week in Seville.
Bunnell.1' H. Kelley from Orlando, joined :j children from Seville visited and Mrs. Gresham. I
Mr. and Mrs. Creasey left.last them to spend the,day. Dr. and : here Tuesday with her brother Gary
Wednesday' for Baltimore where I Mrs. Brede 'left Monday: for Ellinor I I 1
I and sister in 'law, Mr. and Mrs.T. Mr. and Mrs., Robert Schatz,
; they will make, their home. Village to vacation. until I
J. Miller, and grandmother, with their daughter Margie arid TVBobSERVICE

, SIXTH BIRTHDAY PARTY August 1st. I Mrs. Mittie McKinnon. son Ed, left last* week to spend

their vacation at their former
: Freddie Fruits'was,honored on Mr. and 1\:1:,.:. W. H, Thompson Miss Judy Stryker left Sundayfor home in Birmingham Ala.
afternoon,, when his
Monday' from Fdrt Mill S. c., 'were' here ,Jacksonville where she is ;
mother, Mrs Fred Fruits, enter. all ,makes
several days including week- spending a week to study the
tamed a group of his .friends at YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor
end. They were completing IBM bookkeeping system.
.. their home AlA. It his I ,Quality Furniture
on was. plans, to build n .new home here Sales, Tubes and
-We're Out of the
sixth The decorations
birthday. on Palm Circle Drive in Venice Visiting here with Mrs. Glad. Hight ,Rent District"CHRIS'S Antenna Installation
the cake, and the favors
, birthday Park. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson ine Chalfinch from Friday until

.- carried out the cowboy. plan to be permanent residents, Monday night was Mrs. F. C. FURNITURE I PHONE HE 9-2204

theme. here I I ,in, 'the near future. Ledbetter from, Eustis.. J 1660 Rldgewood Ave. ,Holly Hill "
They 'enjoyed outdoor games 1
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and colored moving pictures

.' were made by their, guest, Miss 4

Jean,Rlgg from Chicago who had i ..
. been with them on: every birthday 1";'
Freddie has had. Mrs. Hugh :"'!

Arnold assisted ,Mrs. Fruits with .....

the. games: t 11 .
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Invited guests were Brenda
Babbitt; Debbie Johnson, Linda

': Smith, David Higginbotham, ., ;
',; Bruce and Stevie Arnold.

I '.',
i Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith of <

,oJ Hawthorne and Palatka speht ..
;:, the weekend In'their home here. "r..., .

:; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williams ,{. .
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and daughter, Carolyn, are .
spending their. vacation in Atlanta ,. A.
<,' Ga.

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Mr. and Mrs. William CUm-

.... mins returned here last week :

and, are living in the Chaffee -
'- Apartments. S J f

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Danner

and daughter, Bonnie Eckard, ,1 ... :,.,
have gone Durham, N. C., Dp a steep mud-choked iffash-Positraction pays off I Through a mountain stream-deep in Avintaquin Canyon. ,
,1 where Bonnie is receiving medical \

attention at'Duke. University. .r' NO- .. MOUNTAIN CAT MISTER..* / .: .,...,
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i Tom and Billy Landem have

,- / returned to their, home in Cleveland ,:. ', That's a Chevy with Positraction !, ; "

t. Ohio, after 'spendlng'three .-... .. .:; I

.I.weeks. That 3134 Fleetside has the sure: district officer who drives. it Positraction of course, is a ":' :4
'. footed ways of a big western bobwould:bet his badge the tie.rods big ,plus on this job, providing .' :. '.
Weekend visitors here with f cat. Roams through,high brush won't even need replacing, > the sure grip needed to ,dig .
; < Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martel country that would buck,the life. Out in that wild,climbing'Utah through mud .snow: loose sand, ', :';.: '

ki' were sister, and.;brother in law, out of most trucks. Crosses: country, Chevy's suspension and whatever, comes along. Could be -
" Mr. and'.Mrs. Foster Lashley of streams without benefit of a frame and brakes, its Positraci that a Positraction-equipped V2- '

J' Quincy with their ,sons David /: bridge. Climbs talu4 grade tion rear axle and Thriftmaster ton pickup is the answer for your ':,
.:, and Stanley. where pinon won't even grow.But 6, power are 'proving themselves area of operation. Or maybe a ..
'":#. : that's all routine for this Chevy, under rougher: conditions than' 4-wheel drive Chevy. We've got ,
r Rev. and' 'Mrs Reynolds Hooverare ;, ,, ,' equipped with Positraction rear most test engineers could dream trucks that specialize in getting 'l., ..
\ ,' aile. It's hard at it every day for up. They're proving that ChevIn and oul,of,any kind of coun.f. .- ;
spending part of this month "'.:'. the Utah' Fish and Game com '. ,rolet's advanced engineering and try. Talk to your dealer about "'," ;'
'f'i,;." in Wisconsin. ; mission. Figure 'about 60,000 design ideas pay off-in spadesyour needs. He'll show you.what 'x ..

"" miles of .mou taineering-.before when the going gets especially'' tough,trucks are made of. ,., : ; ,
.i., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Davis are this Chevy is traded. And yet the mean,and dirty *Optional at extra cost 1 :: ,. -
receiving congratulations on the '
::"', birth of a daughter born Sunday : .

t...'. ,-July 19,.at the,Halifax Hos- No job's too tough for a Chevrolet truck a i J

pital in; Daytona, Beach. Her .
f weight was seven pounds ,and :: : ;. ,
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-; ] ,..,COURT-3768 FLORIDA. OF,

'.. '" ... I Final ,Decree.of ,Foreclosure and JEAN G. GELHAUS. :
';: Volcanoes and Lakes .,i. ''i''."..'.t 'THOUGHTSAULUOtf not be' :legally bought or sold Sale rendered on the 15th day of Plaintiff. "

Legal length is 18 inches, and July A. D. 1959 by the HonorableGeow va. .
Win. Jackson one of the WILLIAM JOSEPH dELHAUS,'
Nicaragua, largest' of the' six no more than four a day may Judges of. the Seventh Judicial Defendant.
Circuit of the State' of Florida in
.( Central American republics, is I ;JJlExcoiJDsi&ur be taken. and for Flagler County in that THE STATE OF FLORIDA.TO:
active volcanoes certain cause lately pending in the William Joseph Gelhaus '
w SilcouDsTo Circuit Court of Flagler County, 75 Beach Way. c/o City of
a huge lake. inhabited,by unique Florida in Chancery. wherein Citizens Keansburg Boat,
I 0. F. ALFORD Bank of Bunnell. a state bank- ansburgi,, New Jersey
sharks. '
freshwater BeglatlndI ing corporation was plaintiff and You are hereby notified that a
Most of the country's 1,331,000 I Bart Cavanna and wife Ann Ca- suit has been filed against you In
vanna were defendants being case the the above entitled cause; and
I people live in .the, .steamy Pa- Real Estate Broke No. 3745 I. the undersigned Clerk you are hereby required tp file
of the Circuit Court' In Flagler your answer with the Clerk of this
cific coastal ,plain ,dominated by I County Florida, will on Friday, Court and to serve a copy thereof
/ a string of some, two dozen vol- -.u. Florida the 31st' day of July. A. D. 1959. at upon the Plaintiff or plaintiff's
,. the north front door of the Flag attorney whose name and address ,
canoes and Lago de Nicaragua. ler County Courthouse In Bunnell. In: ...
FICTITIOUS Florida during '
Flagler County
'w' The most famous volcano NOTICE UNDER W. Cecil Grant
NAME LAW the regular and legal hours.of sale
407 Main
Momotombo, smokes almost I.TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: offer for tale and sell at public Daytona% Beach.Street Florida
Notice Is hereby given' that' the outcry to the highest and best bidder
not later
,: ".F constantly. A picture of it on a undersigned, pursuant to Chapter therefor for cash in hand, in 1959. than August' 3rd A.D.7

{If:' postage stamp helped. tip the 20953. LAWS of Florida 1941 will order of to Foreclosure satisfy the and'Sale said Final aforesaid Decree -- I If you fall to do so. decree pro
, register with the Clerk of the Circuit confesso will be entered against
; balance against Nicaragua as' Court, in and for Flagler County the .following described property I you for the relief demanded In the
'. $tIT 'ET 5- ,,1; Florida upon receipt of proofof situate 'lying and being In bill of complaint The nature of
the route' for a trans isthmian to-wit
publication of this notice, the Flagler County, Florida : said suit being for divorce.
of the fictitious name to-wit: Being a part of Section 40. WITNESS
canal. Supporters Pana : my hand and seal of
1'0Go BLOOEY! JJ1t1flf6R BUNNELL' CABINS Township 10 South Range 31 said Court this 30th day of June
ma route, cited the stamp to under which we are engaged in East described as Lot 26 ofMagnolia' A. D. 1939.j.Omclal .

, back their argument that Nicaragua W THE Pfc/MKI! renting cabins at'' Bunnell. Florida Manor Subdivision described and Seal)
' and that the, undersigned are the ,more particularly as RALPH E. earth- only persons Interested In said follows: Beginning at the South- Clerk said
. t was more subject to of Circuit. Court
business. easterly corner of the said Sec- July 2-9-16-ZS-4tc
quakes and volcanic action than 0, Dated at Bunnell. Florida this tion 40. Township 10. South. --' ---
. 3rd day of July 1959.C. Range 31 East as'a point of IN THE CIRCUIT ,COURT OF*.
, Panama.. o A. RIDDELL I reference and running thence FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA, IN
Lake 100 Miles Long SUSIE RIDDELL North 19-57'45" West along, the CHANCERY NO. 3781
July163304tc Easterly boundary ,of the said HELEN STIRRUP '
k ,. Lago de Nicaragua, an \>val r Section 40. a distance of 1805,98 Plaintiff.,
0 NOTICE feet,: to..the- Southeasterly ,cor- ,
t' 100 miles ldhg and 45 miles TO ,ALL, PROPERTY: OWNERS: ner of Magnolia Manor Subdi- va.

wide,, was the key to the proposed I I You are hereby notified that the vision; thence South 89.11? West ROBERT_ STIRRUP, Defendant, '
Board of County Commissioners of along)the-Southerly boundary of
t ', Nicaraguan, canal.; Ship Flagler County. Florida will meet Magnolia Manor Subdivision, a NOTICE TO DEFEND
; 000 p. distance of 740.86 thence THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
the Assessor feet
fi with County of Taxes ;
d ping-would, have go .from, the s at the County Clerk's .office in North 19n'UWest.,. distance Robert Stirrup
!. Caribbean Sea up the San Juan the Court House Bunnell- Florida of. 186.97 feet to ithe Southeasterly ,Address Unknown.
on Monday August 3rd1959 at, the corner, of the. said ,Lot26 You are hereby notified that. a
I:: River to the lake. From' there, I hour of., nine o'clock. A.. M. for, the and said' point being the pointof suit has been filed against. you
: of hearingcomplaints and beginning of this description: In the above entitled cause; and
; ; purpose
only a short'canal 'would have / you are hereby required to file
receiving testimony, as to the value thence SOuth. 53!04UV West .a
been needed to reach the PacificE' late'President AnaStaSio Somoza of any property, real or. per- distance of .:::30.43 feet' to the Court your answer and to'with the, ,Clerk.,thereofupon of this
-, sonal the Easterly boundary the. 100footrlght.ofway serve a. copy-
: as fixed by: County As-
I took over: as manager of the the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -
'.' ocean. sessor of Taxes, and for the pur- of State Road
of perfecting and No. A1A: thence North 32'58'U whoa name and address
S Geologists. believe the lake Nicaraguan team. Spectatorseat pose reviewing' is:
equalizing 'the assessments: 'and West along; the said Easterly.
was a bay of the ocean until a local version of the hotdog likewise said Board will meet on right-of-way boundary on a Weinstein and Weinstein -
the above date at the same time 25524.5* curve to the left, a 161 St. George Street
an earthquake pushed it 105 I called a chicharron., and place as well as on Monday distance of 65.88 feet. _thence I St. Augustine. Florida

r? feet :above sea level and locked Christopher: Columbus 'discovered September' 7th. 1959 at the hour of North 3553'361) ,West along said not later' than August 14th A. D.
w I nine o'clock 'A. M. at the same place Easterly right-of-way boundary, 1959. t
{ out' the ocean. The. sharks I Nicaragua on 'his fourth for the purpose -of hearing com ,. a distance of 59.79 feet; thence I If you fall to do so. decree pro
r, plaints from the owners or agentsof North '71'04'03East., a distance confesso will be entered againstyou
"i"" ', adapted..themselves, as ,the freshwater voyage to; the New" World in any real estate or any personal .of 251.47' feet; thence South for the relief"demanded in the

; gradually) replaced the 1502. Twenty, years later. a property. the value of. which shall 1957'45East, a' dl.tance'of 50 bill of complaint.. The. nature of ,
r. have been fixed by the County I feet to ,the ,point of beginning.AND said suit being for Divorce and custody -
f,_ salt., Managua,. >the- capital, is Spanish force Invaded the land. Assessor of Taxes, or, change by : of minor children.
Being a, part of. Section 40. .WITNESS my hand seal of said
i located on a large lake of the The Indians were so frightenedby him.DATED Tit Bunnell Florida, this Township 10, South Range 31 I Court this 14th day of July A.' D;

:. name near Lago: de Nica- bristling beards that all 14th day of July. A. D. 1959. East' and described as Lots 1, 1959.,
;' sarne ,; ;, (Official Seal) 2. and 3 according to an unrecorded (Official Seal)
::'l'", : ragua.. /' Spanish'soldiers were ordered to BOARD OFCOUNTY COM- plat of Magnolia Manor RALPH E. HARBERT
MISSIONERS OF FLAGLER Subdivision and more particularly Clerk of said Circuit Court.
those who
The, San ,Juan river basin has grow them COUNTY. FLORIDA described as follows: Be- July' 16-23-30 & Aug 6-4tc

f, offered a convenient east-west .couldn't were issued 'false ones. Bv C.' H. Cowart Chairman ginning 'at the Southeasterlycorner '
ATTEST: of Section Township
"L : transport route since the,days of A colonizingforceunder'iFrant.Cisco : Ralph E. Harberti: Clerk.. 10 South. .Range 31 East as a NOTICE IS HEREBY-GIVEN that
July 16-23-2tc point of reference and running the Board ''of Public Instruction of
Fernandez Cordoba (for
t' the Spanish conquest' and was I thence North 1951'45'Velt., Flagler County Florida will receive -
. followed'"by. many Forty-Niners whom the country's monetary IN THE CIRCUIT COURT L AND along' the i Easterly boundary .of I sealed bids at, the, office- of
, I : FOR FLGLER. 'COUNTY,, FLOR said 'Section 40. a' distance of the Superintendent of Public In.
bound for the California gold I unit is named) later founded the IDA. IN. CHANCERY. .CASE NO. 2873.35 feet;. thence South 71*- structlon at the Court House In

:.: fields. cities of Leon and Granada still H. T. COOK. '04'03- West. along the Southerly Bunnell. Florida up until 2:30 p. m.
. ,Plaintiff. :bQundary of Magnolia Road a on Thursday the 13th day of August -
f' The pro sp ectors'didri't; stop to noted-lor; their=-dolelilia1..ciarm. ."s-'alsoHometTmes?".- distance' of_ ',8Jft feet to the A. D. 1959' tor the furnishingof
EDITH VYN Northeasterly cornerof, the said all labor 'and material and per-
&, look for gold Ironically: gold I Itr ;Most present-day Nicaraguans known as EDITH I VIN. and Lot and r said point being'.the' forming the work for the correction -
of : :'' CLARK. B. FROST point beginning of this description and repair of unsatisfactory
now is one; of the. principal ex- are Spanish-Indian pr Spanish "
Defendant: ;-. thence continuing work in the Band Room Cafeteria
:, ports of Nicaragua II ancestry. I IN THE NAME OF THE- STATE South 71'04'03r West, along the Building. Primary Clue Rooms.
OF FLORIDA TO North line Elementary Bath' Rooms. Elemen-
: of Lots Z and 3. a I(I
P.; Most: exports,' however, are On gaining freedom from.. EDITH VYN.. also sometimes distance of 173.86 feet to an intersection tary Class Rooms and Walkways
Spain, In 1821 Nicaragua Joined known as EDITH'VIN. and CLARK with the Northeasterly to the Bunnell School and all nec-
t Coffee 'flourishes
-- agricultural. B. FROST whose place of residence boundary of the 100 foot essary attendant facilities so as to
: in the fertile volcanic soil, but the short-lived Mexican Empire, Is unknown, to plaintiff, ?f right-of-way of State Road AlA; comply with drawings and specifications -
living and If dead their unknown thence South 3849'00E t. in connection with the erec-
'.'" in recent years .it, has,taken second -, then the equally ill-fated f spouses., heirs 'at law devisees along :the said Northeasterly tion nnd completion of the above
to cotton the lead. tion of Central American' ra-1 legatees grantees.' creditors, lien- right-of-way boundary a dis named project.
r place as '
ors. or any person claiming by tance<< of '5.43 feet: thenre South Plans and specifications are on
ing cash crop. Nicaragua'' also I publics. When the later:, through. under, or against the ''de 35-53'36- East along said North- I file at the office of the County Superintendent -
; fendants_ Edith Vyn. also some- easterly right-of-way boundary and at the office of
ships much .,cottonseed, sesame dissolved in strife, Nicaragua I I times known- as Edith .Vln.: deceased a distance of 40.21 feet to the the Architect. Alfred G. Kemmerer

seed :lumber. An'ambitious I declared itself independent 'In .' and Clark B. Frost deceased Southerly- boundary of Mid Lot 925 North Atlantic Avenue.. Day-
f and against any and all 1; thence North 'U04'OlE8 t. tona Beach. Florida. Copies of
p road building program is 'open 1838.. persons (save and except the a distance of 141.67 feet ''to the these plans may be obtained by
plaintiff ,herein) having or claim- Southeasterly corner of Lot 3: prospective General Contract Bid-
ing: more 'of'Jh } Michigansizednation Ing any right title or Interest in thence North 19'57'45"; West. a deif from the architect by deposit-
to agriculture. = and to the lands situate and be; distance of 100 feet to the pointof Ing Ten Dollars ($10.00) per set.
ing'In Flagler Beach. Flagler'Coun- beginning of this description. same to .be fully refundable If bid
(r Baseball 1s<.,National SportNicaragua's ty. Florida more particularly described All bearings refer to the True Is submitted and documents returned -
as follows- to-wit: Meridian. within five (5) days after
i': trade is largely All of Block ,Six (6). exceptthe Dated at Bunnell. Flagler County. bid date.A .
:.. with the United States. One informal north J.50 feet thereof, in .. Florida this 16th day of July certified check or satisfactory
I' Gold Coast Subdivision Flag- A. D. 159. bid bond In the amount equal to livener
import-baseball-has become I I II II I ler Beach. Flagler County. (Court Seal) RALPH E. HARBERTAs cent (5 ,c) of the gross bid shall
I Florida according to a plat Clerk of the Circuit Court submitted with each bid. Bonds'
; the- national. sport., An M-- thereof on file. In the office nf ,Flagler Countv. Florida. for I checks of unsuccessful bidders
\\ti'. Amateur/ World';, Series is held of the Clerk of the Circuit By Audrey B. McKnlght. will be returned and that of suc-
Court of Flagler County .
Deputy Clerk. cessful bidders retained and to become -
i. -. annually between Latin American Florida. In Plat Book 1.. PageYou I July.23ltcNOTICE the sole property of the
: -- -- ; Board of Public Instruction until
: teams., In one Series the 'are hereby required to file UNDER FICTITIOUS such time the bidder shall fully
j :' and.serve your answer to the Bill NAME LAW comply with the bond and contract
" rNOTlCE. of Complaint filed herein againstyou TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: requirements as set forth In these
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatthe I In the above entitled cause on Notice is hereby given that the specifications.The '
.,; Board of County Commission- or before the 10th' dayof August. undersigned, pursuant to Chapter Board reserves the right to
! era will receive aealed bids on, the A. D. 1959. upon H. T. Cook. Esquire 20953. Laws of- Florida.:: 1941. will Delect any and/or all bids and to
: 3rd day of August. A. D. 1959 at plaintiffs attorney herein. register with the -Clerk of the Circuit take sufficient time to examine ihe
the hour of 9:00' o'clock A.M. in whose adddress' Is Citizens Bank Court in and for*Flagler Coun- qualifications of the bidders and
tf':, the office. of the Clerk of' the Circuit Building. Bunnell Florida. "The ty. Florida. upon receipt of proof waive informalities In the bids
: Court In the Flagler County e Flagler Tribune" Is hereby designated I of publication of this notice the submitted.
Court Houae for the following: as the newspaper in which I. fictitious name: to-wit: THE BOARD OF PUBLIC
lt this order shall be published oncea FLAGLER PIER RESTAURANTunder INSTRUCTION OF FLAGLER .
t. water drinkinP fountainsbbe week for four consecutive weeks. which I am engaged at sellIng COUNTY FLORIDA
l-" installed .on second floor of I HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE- food at Flagler Beach. Florida, By RAYMON F. TUCKER
Court House.The .. .. CREE PRO ''CONFESSO WILL,, BE and that the undersigned 'is the Chairman. ..
, .., successful bidder to furn- I' ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR only person interested In said busi ATTEST:
'Ji. lab fountain alt materials and I SUCH FAILURE. ness. Z. D.
the complete Installation for The nature of this suit is to Dated at Bunnell. Florida this Superintendent
{ and Ex
foreclose certain tax liens. 6th of -Otflcin Secretary to the
I day July. 1959.
l of
, The'board reserves the right to I. AMERICAN BEAUTIES NOTE WITNESS my hand'and seal at MARGARET GIVENS Flagler County.Public Instruction. .

r reject any and all bids., Sevth'American cosmetics Bunnell.this 2nd day Flagler of July.County A. D., Florida.1959. JulyU23304tp July 23-30 & August 6-3tc
:Ii' DATED'at B nnen. Florida,' this
21st day of ,July..D.., 1959.. : expert Carmen Palma says that (Cour.SeRlt) RALPH E. HARBERT IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF

C. COWART.' -. .'.' Chairman. I I too much bleach '... hustle- Clerk Flagler Circuit County'Court, Florida FLAGI.KR IN CHANCERY.COUNTY NO., 3'1U FLORIDA FI.AGIRR COI'NTY, FLORIDA

.. ATTEST RALPH: E. HARBERT.: Clerk bustle mar. U. BJ women's July g-U-U-30-4tc FRANK SORRENTINO.' ANNE IN CHANCERY MESMER. 'NO. 3'188'. >

4 July 33-2tc:.. ', 1, hearty. VS. .Plaintiff.' Plaintiff.

Abe J1ag1rr SfafeitttfBUHXBIX Defendant FREn MESMER.
. FOR ALL r NOTICE TO DEFEND 1- Defendant.-

39 Street
Spring Fred Mesmer
f. Newark New. Jersey White Haven Road
AMBULANCE You are hereby notified that a Grand
Ialand..New York
: PHONE' VAlley 4-1625 MRS. &LB. Eth ER.,Editor suit has been filed against you In You are hereby notified that a
: : the above entitled cause; ana you suit has been.nlt'against\ you In
SERVICEIf are hereby required to file
your answer the above entitled and .
,,t ..... ,. ST. AUGOSTWL.FLORIDA. I.InasTOeeW' ....... .-' with the Clerk of this Court. are hereby required cause to file; your you answer -

rr PBsJie ..dee..1 FloaterCmuity. and to serve a copy thereof, upon with the Clerk of this Court

.*. b>>.L.dtt, obowtcflUiag\ 'a.G.etCl'JUnbalaac*., w.. Msml..lltles troiu.d' whose name or and plaintiffs address Is attorney: ; and the plaintiff t. -'serve or a.,nlain COpy tiffs thereof attorney upon'

tll0 .yaat.ZORr,,....;witti promptness.' .ety, m> 'r the Mat *ft p'Isfi.at'a. Selden Ray Selden Building whose- Ray name Selden And .address. Is:

800 Main, Street .
.., IJ.I!.!:, t .. Daytona Beach Florida Daytona Beac Florida
...... ..... ,latter not. .later than July 11, A.D. 1959. not later than August 21st A.D.
i riitk If you fall to do so. decree pro 19b -
: I.tal
; r l ; oiygen I RetuUatorW -- a dJ k .Yi rusry ...is.atk... confesso will be entered against If%yoU fall to do so. decree' pro

ft .: ......... FtofU.*rva4ov'actlot: you bill for of the relief demanded In the confeiso will be entered against
,1 complaint The nature of YOU for the
relief demanded
Garcia( Funeral .HcimePE.r :t '*.(** *. satS.' '# said suit being for divorce.' bill of 'complaint. The nature of
WITNESS my hand ,and seal of .said suit hehur: for' divorce. '

; ;; .GARCIA, Licensed' Funeral.\DirectorS t :-- -, .- = aid A. Court? this. 24th' day of.< :-June. -\WITNEflS 5,nr' ,.hand/and seal of
'_ D. 1'" < said
One rnr fH ... Court/this .17th, dar of July
% (Official, Seal) A m- J 9 Jb S. .
V'UUBT' JMOrtAIfTt. r *
..: 'L J RALPH E. H HARBERT. ., .
,r .A'Vt :. J'r .': .h, "-f' t A .THTT" ; ( Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT

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i PAGE:FOUR I July ,
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r-: 'i will give the Sodal Security Administration copy' of the income tax,.return i Treason is the only crime defined -
How Well Do You Know Your America?: i II a and the person 'for self-employed persons:or, the'I I in the Constitution of the

claiming benefits time to get ..W-2 forms for wage earners.. j j i United States.Draglining.
.. the information and evidence together i i i
ate. 'u7410 0N'"t' !?!7"...%,>. ,rf.py :' yr 'I Eadie again stressed that for I
I.: : xiX1r vr: :.y. : :: arr4vRtfv..a: ; : ;:.r to 'establish his rights to
: .fyti4e r.3r .ti- 'ii'.a ... his prompt-payment of:your first social
49 :rk. Y. :av ..ace the payment before the time
security check "inquire before
t r 4C first check -is due.
) t l f fL7 sk % .you retire" at your Daytona

Generally, evidence will be re Beach Social Security office, located

4 '. r tA'r.SA quired to. prove' the the age of at 126 Bay Street BulldozingLand
the retired and the
person age
of his wife.' ,This,may be a birth Clearing

certificate or other record,of age I RCA VICTOR

. that is old and reliable.' ,Also, LIVING COLOR TV Grading' .
r'e evidence of the worker's earn- "LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE
> ings in .the taxable that IJf THE WINDOW
Southern Radio & Television
: ended before he to retireis -
, plans 226 '7-2001:
E. Granada-Ph. OR Phone IDlewood 7-3376
,:' 1 necessary. This may be' a ORMOND .l ..

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Come And Visit ,
BODY AL AND ELLIE Discount FurnitureUP
( The above shows .of America' most famov lake.and
scene one Complete Collision Service :AT THEIR NEW BAR TO 50% DISCOUNTOn
the only national. park' In the State.of Oregon. 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE "You'll Meet Your Friends Here"
Furniture and ,
A ratio ledge and.its patto,overlook beautiful Crater lake, deep Body- &. Fender Work AppliancesNew
.. bine'gem of the Cascades! Painting Matching; Free Estimates FLAGLER BEACH and Used .
,Depth'of the lake (!:OM feet) helps to fire It a deep bine coloring. Days U.S.ID 1-3372-Nlte So. OF BUNNELL ID 7-3267 Cosiest. 1100 Flomlch Ave.-HollY Hill
Wizard Island,center of fairly recent volcanic origin and Llao Bockpprw Flagler Beach's Bar

( .. at right)'are Important geologic characteristics,of thepark. AUTO SERVICE"McDANIEL'S/ BEERS WINES FLOOR COVERING

One of Oregon's most-photographed scenic attraellens, Crater Lake "Come BAs, You: Are" Tilecraft Company"LET

Is visited annmaBy ky more then 3M,. penN. Service Station
.. *
Frozen, orange' ,juice,was developed Early Filing For Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs AlA FLAGLER BEACH, Sold and Installed .

in. the late :19408.; Nowa BUILDING All Work Guaranteed
major ,part of United States Social ,Security Bunnell ID 7-7119 Ormond Beach -OR 7-3181

orange ,production goes into it. WICKLINE
Retirement UrgedOne
THE: OUTBOARDER Building 'Suppli'esCEMENT Gray's Garden Center

Authorized ,Evlnrude' Dealer of the goals,of,the Social GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen CEMENT BLOCKS Headquarters for Gardealac Need
Security Administration a pay STEEL Ceramics. Gifts Dry Arrangement
7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days
Dockage = Storage Free Ramp benefits as promptly as possibleto Flagler 'Beach HE 9.2254 Annuals .'Shrubbery -'Fertilizers
State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190
'WE.FINANCE those'persons entitled to'pay TORO LAWN MOWERS

82S Ballough ,Rd--Daytona ments M. D.; Eadie, managerof Colonial Service Station I CLEANERS 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
-- the Daytona Beach office


With Loag Term CLEANING
To do this, Eadie said, it is i MOTOR', TUNE-UP SERVICEOpen Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.

FEDERAL LAND BANK necessary for the person claim GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Daily 8 to 5 JOHN Industrial DEERE
make for u.S.' HIWAY 1 -:. BUNNELLHall's Agricultural Equipment
ing benefits to inquiry'
Closed all day Thursday STEEL
FARM ,,LOAN payments at nis.locaj social se- Atlantic Station Phne ID 7-3188' Bars A Shapes ,.Hot,& Cold Rolled
R. W. BHtAN curtly office. A 'worker should 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell ,,Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
Production Credit Assn. inquire for payments before he Jack,Hall Proprietor LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

Wednesdcrf10:00FALATKA retires if he knows he will be GASOILSLUBRICATIONT1resBatterlesAccessorles CONCRETE PRODUCTS DEEN RD. Phone I 78148

FLORIDA retiring on .a certain date. This Village Hardware f enter '

-. BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652
CL 3-8113 Match and mix any coloru11der'

4j J., L. ,Presswood Garage Supplies BUtchenwcare

What day is it ? ] General STANDARD Repairing-Road PRODUCTS Service GIFTS GREETING CARDS

Tires,' Tubes A Accessories Concrete, Inc. AlA Ormond Beach \ CL 20420

Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor
: \ Frozen Foods and Staples DRUG STORES PAINT STOREJERRY'S
Cubed lee
Anderson Drug Store PAINT MART
o oIt's Sullivan's Gulf Service HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT

,. ... 0 GULF Prescriptions One Coat Plastic Finish
.r 00' Sick Room Supplies Stops Masonry Dampness
Sundries Point Sundries
0 Beach Information 29 W. Granada-Ormond BeachPh.
,,- "Specializing in Service and -
Clean Rest Rooms" OR 7.0761
Tn The Heart of Flagler Beach
,.. Moody's PharmacyFlagler
0 AUTO REPAIRS County's, Corner Drug StorePRESCRIPTIONS PAINTING BYContractHourBig
O. c'
Q Shield Service Station or Small

.- Chester McKenzie. Mechanic DRUGS-SUNDRIES ID 7-3240 Bunnell, Florida
.;, ., ; BunnelL Flo. Phone ID '7-3661 RADIO-TELEVISION
Right Now We'll Overhaul and
Repair'' Your Power MowerNo
4 .: 111 No. Bay SU .Bunnell PHARMACYSick
a Complete Service on All Makes
( ..,EDGAR'S. GARAGE Room Supplies-Sundries f Television-Radio
'. ,a4-Honr Prescription Service:
Auto Radios Hi-Fi Electronics .
Ir" Towing,' Free Delivery in Flagler 'Beach I
J. I Moody Bird Bunnell
Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of
r, ,, Ui Automatic Transmission Service ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
Wheel Balancing-Front End, I DON'S RADIO & TV

I Alignment Thompson Pharmacy I Zenith Sales and Service
24O Qranada'Ormand-OR 7-0883 II

..' Your Health Is Wealth' "We ,Sell the Best
._ : AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION j' Put. Your I and Service the Rest"
"rJ. : ."call-your-best-girl-and- PRESCRIPTIONS
SERVICE In Our Hands .S..Hwy. 1, Ormond OR 7-1473 '
surprise-her" day : 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421
: I ; a Repairing- Rebuilding:

.: ?, -, Shell,be so happy to hear your voice!And. youTI-;: c' v, 1239 Ridgewood Holly Hill u Margaret Givens

::: "' -. be:'I happy,too! Long Distance is.the warm.. pew. .;''t:" BAR AND'PACKAGE OR 7-1381 STORE Blacks Phone IDlewood Flower: 7-334S Shop Reg. Real Estate Broker

:' local. ...way to keep- in touch. ". LUCKY'S BAR P.O. Box. 3 Bunnell, Fla. Notary PublicSpecializing In

# ,;.,"f ';':' Flowers For Jill OccasionSWe OCEAN & RIVER PROPERTIES
:, ...,.;,.... Leag Distance Rates are' low MM!VMI. \f' : FLAGLER BEACH accept orders for Delivery 'Phone HEmlock 9-203S "
.. \' .' ... .', -. Anyvfaere the U.s..A.FUEL Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach
,: t. r f save by calling Statloa-to-Statloa. \> Dancing Saturday Nites in '
> ., .: Let U. Help Your "Spirits"BARPACKAGE OIL /
"" : .:.. It ,. '. STORE'' SANDPIPER, COURT, .&

.:.,.... .If*Faster to cart by Number ,i '. ; ,:; ,KING'STRUCK STOP SNACK BAR :
". ,.. .:;....::.'-:.; :;. .: : \ : rSouthern ;:. :'i .<: ::,:': '. :FLAGLER HOTEL BEACH BJ.t'nu PHILLIPS Delivery In 66:the,GAS.County& OILS oJ.1' t' Draft' Beer, ; :.:. '

l'. I" : 'f."f .... .,. :. 'EaII ..'-<:>"' ..: ".: Meeting Place Fuel Oil Kerosene, Tractor Fuel' SURP BEER AND AND CANAL WINK FISHING t
Gasoline 3 mL N of Flagler Pier .
: : !
: "
.. I .. ,.. ...Growing With: Th.FulufA.* xt ... '::: f.,. .r : ,,' of, lagl&.County"Jim <
7-3676' .
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Shortages Shown) I -- .

ii I The Bible :Says: FOR',

In Women's DietHow
"A blessing, U ye OBEY the commandments ,
to eat to keep weight
: of the Lord your
down and health up is ,a probe DIRT CONTRACTSCALL
i God (Deut. 11:27)
I J 1 lem for many women. How

serious it may be is indicatedby I

... a recent study by the Minne-i Listen
i sota Experiment Station which I
-HEROLD OF'7raum"
Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Gordon 1 I HONORED AT A- showed that many women have Phone HE 9-2094 '

Georgia '|COCA COLA PARTY diets inadequate in various essential Over WPDQ,600 KG at 8:30 a.m.
Sr., of Augusta, an
nounce the marriage of .their 1 I F Mrs.-Jeanette' 'Jones entertained nuerients. SUNDAY A FLAGLER BEACH j '"
I r "No calories without protein
r daughter, Glenda Sue, to, Mr. I I with a Coca Cola 'Party - -
David Myron McKenzie Jr., on i[Wednesday morning 'at her minerals or 'vitamins" is suggested -I -

Wednesday, the seventeenth of home, 109 North Orange Street, as a diet guide- for worn.-
en Alice Biester and 'EUeenZeitler ...
June, 1959, Augusta Georgia. complimenting her sister-in law, by BACKACHE SIGN OF NERVE IRRITATION
result of researchon
The bridegroom formerly resided Mrs. ,Evelyn Smedley of Selma, as 'a The spine U the main structural beam of the body. It eoncut -
here and is the son of Alabama. Mrs. Smedley is here diets of 120 women, aged 30 of 24 movable segments called vertebra The spine ret
in ?Pm the P lvl* which 1* made up of three movable bones the
Mr. and Mrs. D. 'M. McKenzieof for a visit with her parents, Mr. to 97, living Minneapolis or hip bone and the ........ Trillion of nerve wire, pass from
St. Paul. The study is part of the brain, through the plne and out between the vertebrae.
Florida. He is and Mrs. O. D. Robertson.
Injury can, easily" bluxate '(Misalign) theme joint thus Ir-
of the
the grandson of the late Mr. and I A color scheme of.yellow and an investigation rttatiag pain the nerve passing out between them. The result I. 1
I status and dietary needs of or backache In this region. Not only can pain be felt at
'Mrs. W. H. McKenzie. .1 white was carried out in the the point of Irritation, but also In the area to which these
I women by agricultural expire impinged nerve lead. For examples a hip misalignment could
beautiful table appointmentsand stations in collaborationwith cause pain In the leg and knee a* well a* In the lower back.It .
ATTENDING DISTRICT arrangemtnts of summer ment i* Important to ee a chiropractor a* oon a* possible
the U. S. Department of If suffering with backache mm the affected nerve mar alai ,
TAX COLLECTORS MEET flowers. cause trouble In the organ to which It lead The Chiropractor, :
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mercer 'Twenty-five of Mrs. Smedley's Agriculture. locate and remove the nerve Interference .by adjusting the
misaligned bone -
third of''these Minnesota -
Only a -
were in Green Cove Springs Mon friends and former schoolmates I

day attending the District' Meet enjoyed the party with she and women had as much pro. DR. DONALD MARQIETTECair.practar :
tein'' as is recommended for ad
ing of Tax Collectors held there. Mrs. Jones. '
ults. Various reasons may ex- !

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook haveas plan the shortage ,of" protein in MONDAY. WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY 4:30 TO 9 P.,M.

their'house guests ,their son "Mrs.'Rebecca Rogers is a patient these diets-cost of highproteinfoods RICE BUILDING-BAY ST. AND MOODY IIOULEVARDAnnouncing

in law and daughter, Mr. and ; .in the local .hospital for: dislike 9f milk .or eggs, I ----
the mistaken idea that
Mrs. Harold Gignac and children
Aurora, 111. need less protein as they grow
older and occasionally difficultyin
Mr. and Mrs. Gignac
are moving :
Hubert Frier was a business meat. t
to Florida to reside and ex chewing
visitor in Atlanta during the
Most of the diets in this study
pect to be located in the Tampaarea. weekend. .
past low in vitamins and iron-
were ,
Mrs. Gignac and'the children '
will be here about 'four i lacks that the researchers say THE OPENING OFLeonard

weeks. Mrs. H. H. Murray..has returned may be made up Inexpensively.! r
i ; with enriched grain products :
to her home here after visiting !

Mrs. Versie Shattels is a patient in Georgia and the Carolinas and nonfat dry. milk. Only a- : ElectricIDELSON
in with' relatives. bout a third of the group met I
in ,the Flagler Hospital :
allowances for calcium. Those
St. Augustine for'nedical treat- in their fifties rated lowest in BUILDING NEXT TO BARBER SHOP
q ment.
Mrs. S. H. Cameron of Bel- this important mineral. Milk; ,

9 videre, S. C., is the house guestof I the important food for calcium, Commercial House
Mrs. Kate Bankston and Mrs. Wiring
her son in law and daughter, was short in these diets. Among
Mattie Pellicer are spending aweek'
with Mr. and, Mrs. W. W. Deen, who the-20 women in this age group, :
in Orlando visiting K
are vacationing at Flagler Beach. four had than' : Free Estimates.
their sister, Mrs., Molly Spencer.CLASSFIED. only more a cup
of milk daily, and none' had as *

Mr. and Mrs. 'L. W. McMillianleft much as two, cups. We .are the people who just have rewired the
Not three fifths of the
quite Flagler County Courthouse,
,.. .. Monday for' Cherry Lake j
where they will Cba erone" the group had..satisfactory amounts ,

4-H Club members who. are of; vitamin. ;,, ,and. not quite ..

ADUstlngs spending the week ,a"t Camp three-fourths were ,up to par in
*" vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Here
_.....ala heading an there.
the lack was in fruits; and vega BRANNAM'SFood
2 cents per word each Insertion I
SO cents la minimum charge 'Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pache and etables rich in these vitamins. -

FOR SALE-2 bedroom home, children, and Mrs. Leslie Pache Women in their fifties and

206 E. Howe Street. Will sell and children left Thursday .for sixties showed the greatest a- :

.. furnished or unfurnished. Contact a visit of, three weeks in Bridge. mount of overweight. Desirable Market

by phone at,.ID '7.3266 1 to port, Conn.,. with relatives. weight at age 25 was used as a

5 P. M,Friday or Saturday. F. J. I I I standard for comparison.CARD I

Chambers. 7.23.1tp Mrs./H. H. Corley left'Saturday Your Red & White Store

for Mansfield, Ohio to visit with OF THANKS
TALOR MADE:, suits, latest in 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496
I would like to
her brother and sister, in law express my i r
materials '
styles. Men and
for a week. appreciation to those who sent I '
women. Strickly .tailor made, to flowers and expressions of sym:': MEAT DEPARTMENT .

your own, measurements.' Gua' Mr. and Mrs. Paul,Stanish and pathy at the death. of my father, I 'Swift Premium SMOKED

,ranteed to fit or your money daughters have returned to their W.A. Sellers of Chesterfield, S.C. HAMS 45 ,
Half Whole
back. C. K. Muzyka. 7-23-ltp or Ib
home here after a visit in Pensa- I'Your thoughtfulness is deeply i .

FOR SALE-100 feet on Central cola with ,Mr. and Mrs. Elza appreciated.Mrs. Swift Premium Sliced Cello '. I

Avenue byf"l50 ft: on 6th Street Powell and family* Mrs. Powellis C. H. Gordon BACON' : 1b49C: i
(3 lots), Suitable for business or Mr. Stanish's sister. ,

residence, with 2 bedroom garage CARD OF THANKS Swift Premium ,

apartment. Terms can be Mr. and Mrs. Bert Powell and With 'deepest 'gratitude we CLUB STEAK' {;. .

arranged. See George Moody, Mike' Stubka, were recent visitors extend this word'of thanks for '..;%; ? ':';.) : d't-, Ib 79c'Swift

HEmlock 9-2137, Plagler Beach. in Chattanooga, Tenn. -They the many kind acts of smypathy, Premium *". ,:i II\ *" ":"', *l

were accompanied home by Mrs. expressed by thoughtful friends "' ': ,'
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SEPTIC TAKICdeanlng'reason Ethel Lord who has spent two and relatives. These, kindnesses RIB, ROAST4s' _'art. ?'.: .: .t,:. lb 69e
able rates. George. Jarosz, Phone I weeks there,' visiting with rela have 'meant much to us. _

ID 73410. 5 28-11 5 tc II tives.Guests. George Moody and Family Red & White _

FOB SALE-on water front lot I MILK
S 13 = 39c
new 3-bedroom house on Lan- at'Mr.., and Mrs. '0. D. According to observations, at '

tana Street in Venice -Park. two Robertson include their daughter, Marine Studios 'baby porpoises,
unlike most mammals, are usually Dixie CrystalSUGAR -
Mrs. Robert Smedley and children

full\ baths, large. living room, '
dinette, kitchen with GE built Jake, John, and Gwen. Mrs. born tail first. 5 Ib 39C .
is the former Miss Eve- I Bag
In equipment and wall Smedley -' *'
refrigerator Limit 5 Ibe with KM order
Florida room with fireplace, lyn Rob rtson. iwwwwwuwFRED ,

2-car garage, central heat.Terms. A. FRUITS Sun Spun ,
Robert L. Danner Mrs.. Rodger Turner returnedto
builder. Phone!
BE 9-2172. 4-23-tf her ,home here Friday after JEWELERPIAIIOKD8WATCBES' ICE CREAM 1fs.. aL. 59C

-- spending ,week in Tallahassee i .r .

attending a short course for FROZEN FOODS
Sell :TV. AdvE'hised AVON lunchroom managers. -r......._....?................,.....",.......... Rawcdicra ox. r.;.. '- --; : J
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Write COSKETIC8.NOW, Manager.We train' Box,246;. FRUIT PUNCHf. ,;,7"-- :;'"" 2'r39, .
.Lockhar; Florida '.

CRAIG, FUNERAL HOME Mlnnt*,Maid 6 oz., '

Y. JOHNSTON'S ... f GRAPE JUICE f..r_ -19Rirdseye' } -

A. H. CBAIG. Funeral Director I
CO. 4 JOHN HABDDC. Associate _
19' .

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; Office .Phone HE 9-2032 ,. a: :
Residence Phones'n>, 7-3691 ? Phone ID 7-3532. SOjTtt.L.: 11 OX. JjF :, ;-
': :or ID 7-3617 '" ., CHEESE CAKES: :. 5- \t .. : '159 : ':
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, i PAGE, SIX THE FLAGLER tRIBUNE. BUNNELlj, FLORIDA Thursday, July- 23, "1959 Ir.

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;,' ,i : .Some Novel Uses For Former Pastor State's Business to end.a new Failures record are by down the, but year's liabilities

' ; Honored After 50 of failing firms have I

; :: Food Products Could Year in Ministry Expansion RateIs Bradstreet increased, according reports. to Dun and

' Sales tax collections have
'" been riding well above 1958
Help Reduce Surplus Rev. James E. Jenkins, who is I
though perhaps not so high as
a .. now serving as Minister of Visitation business economy, forecasters expected. Collectionsin
of the First Methodist tallied ; shows
at ear, a
" The Tribune suspects it is but where more than a: million guns April always take a drop af
Church in Vero Beach was hon-' strength and expansion rate un-
r. J a fad, but a new use has been I I have been sold. It seems that ored there recently by membersof I equaled since the fastmovingdays March. tourist-packed This dip month was 12 of
found to use up ,some of the ;I I this is a sort"of popgun that the church. The occasion, of early 1957, the Florida
per cent, almost the the
surplus of potatoes. It seems toy ;shoots harmless potato pellets: known same as
( as Jim Jenkins Day, State ,Chamber of Commerce re 1957
figure and much
makers have perfected a "spud I([Its makers are planning for sales marked the 50th anniversary in ports. than in better
gun" and expectations are that of 10 million spud guns this former years.
: f the ministery for Rev. Jenkins.
I A, run-down of the principal Rounding out the indicatorsare
, these could 100 million .
use up to year. Special recognition was given
indicators shows two
expanding time deposits in
.' pounds of spuds annually. If each child obtaining one him at
t the'morning worship trends. the state's
First, economy banks and
investments in
.But here is the story as The of the novelties, shoots only. 10 service which was followed by.an I I savings
t has recovered from the 1958 and loan association sharesas
Tribune received it-from the pounds of potatoes, the spud
s old fashioned dinner- on the
dip and is making steady gains.
move to increase
: ..
Florida Agricultural 'News Service gun could provide a market' for grounds.
Second,,monthly seasonal fluctations their savings.
, and written by Spuds John 100 million pounds of potatoesin
" .. Rev. Jenkins was licensed to this year have been less
a year That quantity of
son: potatoes
preach in,1909 and he joined the marked than in other recent -
would be no small extra JUMPING BEAN PROSPERITY
. needs
Agriculture today pro I Alabama 'MethodISt' Conference. years.
I I -
market. This outlet might '
motions aimed at new and entirely pro He was ordained an elder in 1915 Gasoline sales, for example, Alamos in southern Sonora,
vide a market for lower grade
.different outlets for surplus I and after serving a number of have been running about 7 per Mexico, derives its prosperity
potatoes than now go to stores. I
food products.In Florida growers remember all pastorates in Alabama, he was cent over 1958 and the crucial from the Mexican jumping bean.

recent'years many campaigns transferred to the Florida Methodist Seasonal drop in April was only Each July and August residents
too well, the recent when
have been conducted to years Conference in 1933. He 4 per cent below the, March I I pick and package the world's
they have been 'unable to '
increase the market for particular came to the Bunnell Methodist high, compared drops up 'to supply of brincadores (jumpers).
total harvests at a profit. f
F', food commodities. 'Most: of 'is Church in 1934 and served as 10 per cent prior to 1958.:, Joawuin Hernandez, a native of
\' these have been successful at There need for other original :
pastor until June of 1936. Alamos known as the Jumping
least for a time. promotions, perhaps more ,Non-farm employment, prob-I
useful than the, to Increase After two years as pastor ,of the significant indicator :Bean King, buys almost the entire
t Fact consumer eats about the spud gun, ably most "
the Memorial 'Methodist crop for export.
.;: "'J same number of total pounds of sales outlets for agricultural more than pulled itself out II
food products during month or I commodities. Potatoes' are Church in Jacksonville he of the hole,the first of this'year

a year. If he consumes more of only one of the many agricul- retired three years ago. Later and in some areas bucked the I A BUNNELL

.. r one' thing, he usually eats less tural crops in surplus today. he moved Minister to Vero of Beach Visitation.to become of seasonal pattern of lowered levels G LODGE No. 200

" f of something else. As a result, after the first quarter. F. & A. M. -
I I that Church.
' "promotion of one commodity is New business incorporations, Meets First end Thud Tuesday

: obtained 'at the expense of some 'Postmasters Hold averaging more than a thousand Dean M. Peterson W. M.

1 other product' or products. monthly, are expected ,to add up f
i" When people eat ,more margarine MeetingAt .

they consume; less butter; military ceremony tattoo,

,>. more beef less pork; more meat, Flagler BeachThe which marks the beating of retreat I INSVRE-SUy Insured &' Rest Assured

poultry and other protein foods, before
, shortly taps, comes
. I District Postmaster'sassociation
less cereals, potatoes and other Woman'sClub from the'Dutch Doe den tap toe U
carbohydrate foods. Only as1 1 met in the I meaning "Put the tap to." It GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
| building in Flagler Beach
.. population increases does total !1 originated years ago when drum-
Sunday afternoon for a business
;. food consumption' rise materialt !;' mers patrolled a town' at night
. : i meeting and covered dish din- I H. T. COOK AGENCY
,lyThoughts !I'ner, warning the troops to return to
Y-:, are now turning to I their billets: from the local tap
the use of food'products for.non-,.'I'I Among the guests were fifty- :II rooms. Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
six postmasters and their fami-I
food As an example
.. purposes. lies representing the Fifth District -
Is the "spuds gun," already 'a I 't
Inspector Delpho Hackney,
; popping success' in .New York, I State Postmaster's Association I '"

!President Tom Braswell,'' and TRUCK SAVINGS START WITH FORD !

!members of the' State Associa
[ tion's Executive Board. Other

...' "Dr Alton Harris) I guests included Mr. and Mrs. J. .

t. S. Cogdill of St. Marks who

Dr. R.W. Murray Forest Super- .traveled the 'longest distance to

visor, Kells Ingram Farm, Dublin 1', the meeting A total of 115 at ,

Ireland,' is visiting the ended the meeting.

. United States from June 2, 1959 I I Flagler Beach Postmaster. Rufus -

!- ., to August 14, 1959. One week]1 I Miller W3S ;host postmasterand

.. of this 'time will be' spent in he was assisted by Mrs: Mil-

,, ,Florida. Two days of this week, j ler, Mrs. Neried Kuleski, and tr-irVk *

. July 30 31, 1959 will ,be spent Mrs. Alice Lovell. 1

: in Flagler District I ,$Ir. Miller said this was the ,

Dr.'Murray's visit to the United i.last meeting of, the association y'4N'vY:

, :. States is for the purpose of seeing before the National Conventionto ,

S the effect large seals mechanization be held in Washington, D. C.,

has on Forest industry. in October.. He also said the

He feels the ,cost of forest operations ''National Association will be .

in Ireland could be reduced held in Miami In..196O.Raymond J

,by the judicious .use of I

:machinery. I } I
During his assignment at Smith 1 ) ,
THE ECONOMY CHAMP-Ford f.100 Style-
Kells Ingram Farm, he has had I ", ;: side Pickup-Is the smoothest riding, tool .. .

the opportunity of employing Points Out : Avoiloble in 6'/. or'8-foot box lengths) ,/
: Help
#I .. .. ..
J heavy machinery for the clearance i .. HJJHBBBBBBPIP

1.:, devasted. woodlands, and ''I '
has succeeded in reducing the For HousingRaymond i Most economical pickup

jnent. ;. : Smith, county service .. '

L-' Dr. Murray is *29 years old, officer here, said today ."I 'r, '% .>ft):

{. single; 'hef was educated at the i have been notified by the f 4 ....-by 25.2 .,V"'

University of Dublin, where he I VHMCP Committee ,that it is ': 'f, ...,.' .. '- ,

received his B. A. degree and i willing and able, in most cases, ., ;,. ,:.:
I 1 "o --
" a degree'' in, Forestry, and at I to assist a veteran or non "r ;, ;
i i5 Trinity College, where he re- I veteran to locate a,lender to loan ,.t"" '59'Fords win certified economy .: -

ceived his Ph.D, in 1957 to the money for family housing, either .T., ;MS- > 25.2% more miles per gallon

i present'' he has served as Forest I under the GI guaranteed law or :.' .x .>;'- ...... ., y than average. of other, leading makes! .; .. ,
Kells Ingram Farm for the non-veteran under the c +
Supervisor, .;
Now! The biggest comparison tests of truck :
and ,on the Faculty of Agricul-! FHA, (Federal Housing ,Authority I 'h'ry gas mileage ever made show you how you can '

I Lure, University of Dublin, ). law.-; .:f .:a>"'' save with your next truck!

rP !' < The object of his, visit to,Florida "The VHMCP "Committee," he } Standard six-cylinder: pickups of all, .'

r "' 'tis.to. become acquainted :said "is a central-.agency- of the, S. leading makes were put through the same exhaustive 0. .
r-:" with representative forest planting r government to assist all citizensto '- road tests by an independent research.j' .
firm.The '59 Fords won in every test! Alto'q'J, :
[ I .on private land in Florida secure a family home.. .The .
., gether, they 'averaged 25.2%more,miles :;.' .
J' per ;:
(2) To observe areas where land 'money that' finances the, mortgage tit;, TtUO," SMAll PIKE I Ford's F-600 offers you high gallon than the other makes.Come ip now!&C. ,Y:,' .
rr 1 .drainage has tended ,to increase : is private:capital from.private ,spring and axle capacities for bigger poytoods. Yet a the certified test resuts.TatDtivetheeconomy'! :, .' -" ,I,

;. ., timber 'growth. (3) To observe lenders and ,is not government comparison of factory)suggested! 'prices, of vthe?.four. champ of all pickups-the modern '59 Ford!. : .. i .
shows that.,If the Fl
leading two-tonners lowest-priced
; the work of the Soil Conserva money whatever. + -WI _

.. tion Service. farm' planners in There is' ;no ,charge, for the I two-tonner there isl See this one Guff FORD TRUCKS COST LESS .if *r A_* :

stimulating the establishment, service either by my ode: or_ Ceme. in where the savings mre! .v.c.Ar._ ,, 1KJ TO OWM... iftt TO tVN..usrioac ,, roof -J:: :; ."

h, fif 'forests on marginal cropland. VHMCP in Atlanta;. Gau You 'ti

ii' ; Tlaglerx District technicians may' contictJSmith In'his':office ; ; .

'' count it'a privilege to assist Dr. i in the Flagler,county courthouse i i S Bunnell Motor Company '- ,,: .2 "

L '''Murray in his observation the 'Monday through iJFriday.tor' call .... r ,,. 'j": __ :, -
.' : .
, : he will spend in :ID appointment, to : :
two days; Flag- -3251"J r '
lei, County. : discuss the\'matter;' ", 'f t 'If.Yen'ce""Isle;eiti'in an j f/>:Us e dTruck-.Be: Sure. to'See YC.ur',jor.c'lP v -:
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